The Hunt ends at 3 p.m. on Burns’ Night. This is of course, Glasgow time . If you missed it, the next season starts on St. Andrews Day, November 30th, at noon. This year 10 (ten!) Haggis Cams allowed Haggis hunters to easily find their prey.
After the Haggis has been dressed and cooked, it looks like this:
At a traditional Burns dinner, grace is said and then comes the piping and cutting of the haggis, where Burn’s famous Address To a Haggis is read . Afterwards, copious amounts of Glenmorangie are imbibed.